January 11th & 12th, 2020 is an event filled weekend around Boston! Check out some of this weeks #cityhappenings going on in and around the city..
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Saturday, January 11th
•Have you been considering taking up a new hobby this winter? Head to the North End’s Snowport between 1-3pm and Learn to Curl for free! The lessons occur in 30 minute intervals, and no experience is required whatsoever. This event is being put on by the North End Curling Club whose mission is to teach and promote the sport of curling.
•Didd’t get your chocolate fix in this holiday season? If not, you might be interested in learning to make delicious treats from an award winning, French trained, chocolatier. Make Truffles, Bark, and leave with lots of treats to bring home for family and friends!
Sunday, January 12th
• When in doubt, sweat it out (then treat yourself to a beer!) Row + Brew at Night Shift Lovejoy Wharf is an event where you can get a great workout in followed by beers at the Night Shift Brewery. Plus you will get 10% off your bill at the end of it all!
• If Boston was a person, SoWa would be its creative side. Its independent streak. Its curiosity. Because here imagination has created a corner of the city filled with the eclectic and the unexpected. The artists of SoWa Artists Guild wish you a Happy New Year and invite you to SoWa Second Sunday. This event is free and open to the public! More than 80 artists will be in their studios at 450 Harrison Avenue.
Here’s November 2019’s Monthly Indicators Report from the Greater Boston Association of Realtors® showing Boston real estate market trends.
The 1,037 homes sold in November 2019 was the seventh most active
November on record, and a 16.0 percent decrease in sales volume from the
November 2018 sales total of 1,234 homes sold, which is a record high for
the month. Additionally, the median sales price reached a new record high
for the month at $599,900, which is a 2.3 percent increase from the
November 2018 median sales price of $586,500.
With 821 condos sold, it was the sixth most active November on record in
Greater Boston and a 6.8 percent decrease from the 881 units sold in
November 2018. The median sales price for condos remained flat, changing
0.0 percent from $563,087 in November 2018 to $563,000 this month.
This month, 189 multi-family homes were sold in Greater Boston, which was
a 1.5 percent decrease on the 192 units sold in November 2019. On a month to
month basis, it is a 52.4 percent increase from the 129 multi-family homes sold
in November 2019.
- November condo sales DOWN -6.8%
- Median prices Down 0% ($563,087)
- Active Listings Down -6.1% to 2,200
- Listings added to the market DOWN -21.3% over last year (659 from 837 in 2018)
- November single-family home sales DOWN -16%
- Median prices UP 2.3% ($599,900)
- Active Listings DOWN 15.1% to 2,382
- Listings added to the market DOWN -18.4% over last year (714 from 875 in 2018)
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